Canadian Music Fest Expands Lineup with Coheed and Cambria, Stars, Grade, A Place to Bury Strangers
Published Jan 16, 2013As usual, Canadian Music Week is returning to Toronto in 2013 and bringing with it a host of concerts for Canadian Music Fest. The festival organizers have already confirmed a number of the acts who will be performing between March 19 and 24, and now they've announced even more.
Adding to the list of confirmed artists are Coheed and Cambria, A Place to Bury Strangers, Stars, Grade (performing all of Separate the Magnets and Under the Radar), Suuns, Rah Rah, Royal Canoe, Colin James, Hunter Valentine, Javelin, As I Lay Dying, Ben Caplan, Boats, Kashka, Sean Rowe, Sweatshop Union, Chvrches, Wake Owl, Marcus Foster, North Lakes, Amos the Transparent and City of Glass.
As previously confirmed, festival wristbands cost $50 while VIP wristbands are $100. Get the full details on those here.
In addition to the aforementioned performers, CMW will include a music conference, Electronic Nation's Bassweek, a jazz series, showcases from numerous organizations (one of them being Exclaim!), the Indie Awards, film and comedy components, and a special focus on artists from Japan, Korea and Scandinavia.
Some of the previously confirmed performers include Rihanna (with A$AP Rocky), Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (with Sharon Van Etten), Two Hours Traffic, Ron Sexsmith and Mac DeMarco. Learn more here.